Foundational Classes Coming Soon

The first offering in CCJ Discipleship’s Foundational Classes series is We Believe, slated to begin at 9 a.m. on Sunday, February 8 in Room 203, upstairs at CCJ. Christians have some vital questions that need answers based on the scripture.

Who is God, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit?

What does baptism mean?

Why do we take communion and what does it show us?

These questions and more are essential doctrines every Christian should understand. Future Foundational Classes will include Why We Believe, What We Do: Reading The Bible For All It’s Worth, and What We Do: Understanding Prayer For All It’s Worth.

Register for We Believe HERE or at the Registration Center.

2015 Mission Trips Slated

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2015 Mission Trips

Zimbabwe: July 10 to 19 (deadline: April 1, 2015)
This trip is currently full.
 
Haiti: July 24 to July 31 (deadline: April 15, 2015)
This trip is currently full.
 
Haiti: October 30 to November 6 (deadline: July 20, 2015)
This trip is currently full.
 
Dates are subject to change due to flight availability. Trips to other locations — U.S. and abroad — may be added later.
 
To be on any CCJ mission trip, you must print and fill out THIS FORM and follow its directions.

 
2016 mission trip locations and dates will be posted soon.

CCJ Names New Discipleship Minister

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Richard Crabtree will begin new post in January 2015

Christian Church of Jasper, 1450 Energy Drive, has named Richard Crabtree, 62, as its new discipleship minister. He will lead and oversee the church’s discipleship and Community Group ministries.

Crabtree was previously senior minister at Odon (Ind.) Christian Church for the previous 25 years. He has been in ministry for the past 43 years.

Crabtree is a graduate of St. Louis Christian College with a BA degree in Christian Ministries and has a MA in Practical Ministries from Cincinnati Christian University. He has studied in the graduate school at Hope International University, Fullerton, Calif., with a concentration in church dynamics and discipleship.

Additionally, Crabtree was one of the founders of the Energizing Smaller Churches Network and was a keynote speaker and workshop leader while traveling with the ESCN ministry. He was also one of the 40-member visionary team for the planting of new churches in Salt Lake City, Utah. He has also served on the Continuation Committee of the North American Christian Convention as well as the Executive Committee in 2009, fulfilling the responsibilities of secretary/treasurer. He has led workshops and spoken on the subject of effective outreach and discipleship in national, state, local conventions, rallies and retreats. He has also contributed articles to the Lookout, Christian Standard and the CCA Connection publications.

Crabtree and his wife, Ruth, have been married for 43 years and have four grown children and ten grandchildren.

For more information on CCJ, please visit www.ccjasper.com, download the CCJ App or call 812-481-2410.

Glow: A Christmas Service

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Special service set for Christmas

On Sunday evening, Dec. 21, at 6:00, Christian Church of Jasper, 1450 Energy Dr., will host “Glow,” a special Christmas service to celebrate God putting on flesh and becoming as one of us. We will also look at the proper response to this news.

“Glow” will continue the sermon series “Christmas Presence” and focus on Jesus, the light of the world, and us reflecting that light to the world. The service will feature roots-based, congregational and other music from CCJ band We Come Alive as well as a sermon. Nursery will be available for children infants to age 3. Other children are encouraged to attend the service with their parents. Cry rooms are available in the back of the worship center.

For more information, please visit www.ccjasper.com, download The CCJ App or call 812-481-2410.

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